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Conditional Probability

If we can learn $p(x, y)$, we can recover $p(y \mid x)$ from the definition of Conditional Probability.

The Conditional Probability distribution over labels is represented as $p(x \mid y)$.

$\displaystyle p(y \mid x)=\frac{p(x, y)}{p(x)}$ by the definition of Conditional Probability.